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Valley under flood watch, high wind advisory
The National Weather Services has issued a flood watch for the Central Susquehanna Valley. The watch is in effect from late tonight through Tuesday evening. A watch indicates that flooding is possible.
Boy killed when mower overturns
MIFFLINBURG — A boy was killed Monday when the lawn mower he was operating overturned and landed on him, state police at Milton said.
- It's official: Refs, NFL make nice!
Shikellamy student dies from crash injuries
Travis Tillett, one of the students injured in Friday morning’s crash along Route 304 outside of New Berlin, died Saturday, according to a Geisinger Medical Center nursing supervisor.
4 charged in Mifflinburg slaying
Four people were arrested Tuesday morning, two charged with murder, in connection to the June killing of Randy Sampsell, a 51-year-old Mifflinburg man.
- Power outage in Shamokin, Coal Township
Firefighters en route to Mazeppa blaze
MAZEPPA -- Firefighters from across Union County are responding to a sawmill fire on Swartz Road in Buffalo Township.
Read Friday's edition of The Daily Item for complete coverage.
Armstrong, first man on moon, dies
Neil Armstrong was a soft-spoken engineer who became a global hero when as a steely-nerved pilot he made “one giant leap for mankind” with a small step onto the moon. The modest man, who had people on Earth entranced and awed from almost a quarter-million miles away, but credited others for the feat, died Saturday. He was 82.
Valley teens state bass fishing champs!
Two Valley teens have swept the Pennsylvania Bass Federation junior championships for the second consecutive year the tournament has been held on the Susquehanna River.
Sam Allen, 15, of Lewisburg, won the ages 15-18 category Saturday, while River Mertz, 13, of Montandon, won the ages 11-14 division.
Both qualified for the National Guard Junior World Championship next August on the Red River in Shreveport, La.
Shik hires new super
Patrick Kelley, superintendent of the Bath Central School District in New York, has been hired as the next superintendent of the Shikellamy School District, succeeding Robin Musto, who retired in March. Read more in Friday's edition of The Daily Item.
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